Get a Free RUN TO RESCUE Bracelet for #NationalDogDay – Pay S/H only!


Friday is National Dog Day…a time to fetch all the fun you can handle with your dog! We’re celebrating with a very special (and short!) sale: we’ve got FREE Run to Rescue Bracelets in our PawZaar gift store. All you’ll pay is shipping and handling. ($4 for US orders) One per order.

The silicone and stainless steel bracelet, made exclusively for PawZaar, will arrive in an eco-friendly PawZaar gift box, perfect as a gift for yourself or a groomer, dog walker, pet sitter, veterinarian, or favorite fido lover!

There’s no coupon necessary and we ship worldwide!



FUREVER YOURS Bracelet - 3 finishes

Wear this reminder on your wrist of the commitment you have made to your dogs, and they have made to you. Whether they live at your side or in your heart, your pets will be FUREVER YOURS. Use coupon code PAWS and save 15%. Free US shipping!

About Paris Permenter & John Bigley

Paris Permenter and John Bigley are the award-winning authors of over 30 pet and travel books as well as the founders and publishers of CatTipper and DogTipper.

  • Shelly Marie

    Gotta take some time out today and grab that bracelet!!!

  • Ann Marie

    My mother very rarely wears jewelry. But I have a strong feeling that she’ll love this!
    It’s funny that this particular bracelet should be called “Run to Rescue”! A few years ago, my mom volunteered with an NPO (the name escapes me now) that worked to get rescue pups from Point A to Point B– Point B being their Forever Home. This required a drive of some distance, and my mom would be responsible for one leg (paw?) of the journey– say, driving 3-4 dogs about 2 hours or so. Then she’d drive home, likely looking forward to meeting her own dog at home.
    As for me, I’ve got the two most awesome cats in the entire world. (And yours, too, are also the most awesome.) …I can’t resist! Here they are, sleepin’. Hope you don’t mind, DogTipper. 🙂
    Wishing everyone a wonderful Feline (Foster? Furry? :p ) Friday,
    –Ann, Sam (orange), and Henry (not-orange)